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Interzone 241 Jul: Aug 2012 [NOOK Book]

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Cover art is 'The Hermit' by Ben Baldwin, with interior art from Jim Burns, Joe Burns, Richard Wagner, Dave Senecal. The issue includes all the usual features: Ansible Link by David Langford (news and obits); Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe (film reviews); ...

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Interzone 241 Jul: Aug 2012

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Cover art is 'The Hermit' by Ben Baldwin, with interior art from Jim Burns, Joe Burns, Richard Wagner, Dave Senecal. The issue includes all the usual features: Ansible Link by David Langford (news and obits); Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe (film reviews); Laser Fodder by Tony Lee (DVD/Blu-ray reviews); book reviews by Jim Steel and the team, including an interview with Juliet E. McKenna.

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TTA Press is the publisher of the fiction magazines Interzone (science fiction/fantasy), Black Static (horror/dark fantasy, and Crimewave (crime/mystery), and a steadily growing number of novels, novellas, collections and anthologies.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 4, 2013

    To the person below me,

    I'll chat with u!!:) where though?? And about what?
    - ari.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2013

    The Return (part 8)

    (Sorry it took so long l had some problems with the back button, but here it is hope you like it.)*** As they walked they saw that the camp was not in great shape either the net of one of the volleyball courts was torn off on one side as if someone had pulled on it. The ground was littered with weapons, so they to be careful where they walked even if most of them were broken. "Where is Jermy?" Angel asked. Alex sighed tired from the fight "Ares sent him to retrieve a daughter of his last time we talked he had found her." They stopped and stared ahead they had arrived to the Big House. It was Alex who broke the silence "It has been a long time since we have last been here," he said with a smile. "It's good to be back," Angel said. Alex nodded in a agreement "Ladies first," he said opening the door. Angel laughed and they went in, and saw Chiron in human form. "Hi Chiron," Angel said smiling at him. "Hello children come on in we have a lot to talk about," he said exhausted, but smiling at them. Soon Angel and Alex with Nico, Percy, Annabeth, Max, and the rest of the counserlors around the Ping-Pong table. Like always there was Cheez Wheez, crackers, and Diet Coke. "The good news is that monsters stopped attacking," Percy informed everyone. Max, son of Zues, got up too "Unfortunately there is is also bad news--" he winced as all the demigods groaned. "Yeah l know, but apparently the monsters threatened us." Everyone turned and looked at Angel and Alex for an explanation they werw havibg a conversation of their own. You can tell them Alex said in the mental message. Why do l have to Angel sent back. Well because you explain better than l do he sent back. Angel looked at him with a really look. He shrugged, and Angel got up "Well it was more of a warning really they said and l quote 'Beware this is just the begining we don't need to intervene you will destroy yourself and when you do we will be there to rule' unquote," she said now sitting down " They said that together by the way," Alex said. Oh now you want to talk Angel said in the mental message. "Well that sounds creepy, and optimistic," Percy said breaking the silence. Annabeth rolled her eyes "It only that Seaweed Brian it sounds like they expect something to happen that will divide us." Everything got quieter if that was possible. "We will talk more about this tomorrow," Chiron said with a distracted look on his face. Angel and Percy walked out together "It has been some time since l last seen you," Percy said. "Well maybe its because you never visit," Angel said. "Do you really want me to visit you?" Percy asked. Angel laughed "Your right everytime you visit my house get blown up." Percy laughed with her "That was one time." They walked over to the river and sat down "How are you dealing with the three sponcer thing?" Percy asked. Angel stared ahead "It hard since they all powerful sometimes l get major headaches." "Yeah having Ares in your head telling you to get in a fight is probably headache worthy," Percy joked but Angel knew he had other things in his mind "Your dad does care about you Percy you know that right," Angel said softly. "You read my mind didn't you," he said. "I really don't like doing that it's just that when you are feeling something so strongly like now l can't help it," she replied. "It just... sometimes it doesn't feel that way," Percy said. The horn blew making them jump it was time for dinner.
    (tell me what you think part 9 at perry rhodan 24...)

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